Version 2.0 of MailTamer now in the App Store

Columbus, Ohio – Husband and wife dynamic duo, Scott and Ria Greiff today are pleased to announce the release of MailTamer 2.0, an update to their popular mobile mail utility developed exclusively for iOS7. Providing a quick and easy way to manage your inbox, MailTamer organizes emails in sender-focused view, contact-view, size-view and date-view of all your email. MailTamer has been completely redesigned for iOS7.

You can have unlimited accounts in MailTamer and it is lightning fast. Inbox overload is an increasingly common problem. MailTamer is your handmaiden to email Nirvana. We have great things baked into the next version of MailTamer. Absolutely free to start clearing out your Inbox. Want more capabilities? They are available as In-App Purchases.

An all new look-and-feel for iOS 7:
The newest version of MailTamer 2.0 includes a number of features added since its initial release last year. Many of the improvements to the application were focused around the account setup process as well as stability improvements to the application.

The sender, contact and recipient-based views, along with chronological and message-size views help organize your Inbox. With a single swipe and tap, emails can be deleted, copied or moved en-masse.

MailTamer makes email simple, making it easier for you to get that Inbox to zero and get back to what matters. The account setup process has been completely redesigned to make the process familiar to users who set up email accounts on their iOS device. We also added shortcuts to other popular email services, so along with Gmail, and Yahoo mail, shortcuts were added for iCloud, Hotmail, Microsoft Exchange, and Aol mail systems. Additional authentication methods were also added to let you specify, along with password, CRAM-MD5 and NTLM authentication methods.

Don’t get buried in mountians of emails and let them get control of you and your inbox again! Slice, dice and shred your way to email Nirvana. MailTamer, now for iOS7, is a game-changer. The only email app with Sender View to process thousands of messages a minute. Powerfully clear out your inbox to make room for important communications.

We’re taking the very best experiences from the way we use email everyday and applying them to this archaic medium that is now your inbox. It’s a new way of looking at your email, and when you use MailTamer for the first time, you’ll say “finally.”

“I had a problem with excessive emails that had taken over my life as a professor, model and mother,” explained Ria Greiff, co-CEO. “When I complained to Scott about the lack of time to tame my inbox while I was trying to tame kids and work responsibilities, we came up with the idea of creating an app to help get control of all those rogue emails. Scott, a lead software developer used his design and technical skills to develop MailTamer to help people find the Zen of a Zero Inbox.”

Today Scott continues to add features and Ria continues to advocate for those who are bogged down with an overloaded inbox. Scott is currently working on expanding MailTamer features, porting it to Mac and soon to be developed new app which takes GTD to yet another game-changing level. Scott and Ria have been hailed as Innovators both in magazine publications, radio programs and tech awards. On any given night, you can find Scott and Ria working hard to get the word out to people and dreaming up ways of making life easier for everyone.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 7.0 or later
* 9.0 MB

Pricing and Availability:
MailTamer 2.0.1 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Currently, MalTamer is a Freemium app with basic functionality and you can purchase additional features as needed.

MailTamer 2.0.1
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Scott and Ria Greiff are a husband and wife dynamic duo who work together, play together, raise three children and two cats together in a civic-minded community called Clintonville in Columbus, Ohio. Copyright (C) 2012-2014 Scott and Ria Greiff. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.